location principle

location principle

[lō′kā·shən ‚prin·sə·pəl]
(mathematics)
A principle useful in locating the roots of an equation stating that if a continuous function has opposite signs for two values of the independent variable, then it is zero for some value of the variable between these two values.
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The location principle of centroid localization is as follows: the unknown node sends broadcast messages to the network for determining its location information; after anchor nodes received broadcast messages, they sent response of information of its own location to the unknown node; the center of mass in this graphic is regarded as the estimation coordinate of the unknown node [17, 18], which is formed by anchor nodes.
It is a concrete application of centroid localization method; the location principle is as follows: there are any three anchor nodes that composed one triangle; there is a collection formed by all triangles which included the unknown node; the coordinate of the unknown node is determined by determining the center of mass of graphic which is composed of all triangles of the collection.
To this end, HP leverages partnership with local cloud service providers in the EMEA region, thus enforcing the national data location principle until the new Data Protection EU framework is completed."
from this, an independent building for the bleacher area is derived, which offers the chance to become a sustainable, functional and aesthetic place and an address for the lake with the aim to develop location principles and creative power for the whole baldeneysee.
* Weber's location principles. Depending on weight, types of material and locations where these materials may be found, the production location that minimizes total transportation costs may be determined.
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